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Nasa is the bloated sucking tick siphoning off funding.
Bloated reputations and salaries sent costs soaring, far beyond what could be recouped by sales and the actual size of the market.
After this has been done a sufficient number of times, the budget will be bloated beyond any reasonable comprehension.
Many fans despaired, feeling that rock had become bloated, pompous and pretentious.
The government announces a rescue fund for a bloated banking system.
Thousands of jobs are to be shed, in a frantic effort to reduce a bloated cost base.
Change your diet comrade, it is making you appear bloated.
As for bloated administrative salaries, this is a given.
It was a bloated disaster, short on compelling new features and long on glitches.
Early stars partially composed of dark matter may have been too bloated for fusion.
We wrote systems and software that was lazy and bloated and wasted speed as it was cheap and easy.
There were emergency workers and medical staff wearing rubber gloves, bringing out bloated bodies.
He looks bloated, and his face wears defeat as its due.
It is not uncommon to see a bloated copper shark beaching itself in its quest for food.
The sequels also feel bloated by the special effects in a way the first film didn't.
In that scenario, a neutron star was orbiting a normal, if older and somewhat bloated star.
So the days of the bloated, inefficient, state-sponsored airlines are numbered.
Free yourself from bloated code with these lightweight web machines.
We need a rationally sized military, not this bloated monster.
Yet the animals' intestines remain thin and underdeveloped in places, bizarrely bloated in others.
The mystery of a bloated but strangely cold star has been solved.
Bloated inventories place downward pressure on prices.
We all file by silently, glancing at his bloated, waxen corpse.
You're angry that you can't levy more taxes in order to support even more bloated bureaucracy.
The industry's bloated overheads appear to be driving its decisions on the sort of drugs it seeks to develop.
They graze on salty vegetation, so they drink much more than other horses and usually appear bloated or fat.
The other problem is a state bloated by pork-barrel spending and hampered by a creaky tax system.
And it was worth every single chew, every heavenly swallow, and every single bloated fat cell lining my middle.
We should devote the money spent on corporate welfare, and the bloated defense budget, toward education and health care.
The study of human illness depends on bloated rodents.
Who'd have thought you could feel bloated and full because of too much lettuce.
She felt old and bloated, though everyone else thought she looked more elegant than ever.
With people focusing on such concerns it's no wonder that administration on campus is bloated and draining money from instruction.
They weren't bloated with blogs and video and interviews with the reporters who wrote the story.
His economic team's efforts to reform a bloated state were thwarted by an opposition that never really let the president govern.
Several of them are equipped with bloated, ridiculous phalli.
He was lumpy and disheveled, his eyes rheumy, the lids bloated.
Some drugs may cause you to gain weight or feel bloated.
Bloated farm payments are being scattered far and wide.
T-shirts were sold showing bloated whales and blaming them for reduced fishing catches.
When a star runs out of hydrogen fuel in its center, the core contracts and heats up, inflating the star into a bloated red giant.
Astronomers have captured the best-ever image of a star sucking the gas away from its bloated, dying companion.
Holiday foods are high in sodium and may be low in fiber a combination that may leave you feeling bloated.
Use the postage saved to line the pockets of another bloated administrator or faculty member.
Other parts of the budget look hugely bloated relative to peer nations.
Both support huge bloated governments telling us citizens what to do.
In both countries, there is much grumbling about high taxation and a bloated state.
These projects morph into bloated bureaucratic make-work projects.
He has barely begun to reform the country's bloated public sector.
Because as the financial sector got increasingly bloated its political clout also grew.
Then he argued that over the decades government has become bloated and lethargic.
Bloated with hubris, he dismissed renewed threats of a coup.
His solution for a bloated, ineffective bureaucracy was to create another layer of bureaucracy to work around it.
They think that bloated, complicated language makes them look smarter.
Odd how a style that looked spare in one movie can feel bloated in the next.
That's because the service has always felt bloated to me.
Junk mail, bloated newspapers and proliferating magazines have played a part in this torrent of ink.
But being all bloated that close to a star turns out to be bad for your health.
But the bloated public sector is also a function of history.
As for the poor athletic departments, perhaps their own bloated bureaucracy might have a lot to do with their poor fiscal health.
But for all the fun it kicks up, the movie feels bloated and chaotic.
Administrations and campus bureaucracies can be bloated and inefficient.
Advisers often warn against investing in great big funds, because they're slow and bloated.
In this case, it was apparently in a bloated form known as a red supergiant.
Bloated bureaucracies move slowly, and are therefore slow to die.
The system is bloated with misdirected job training and misdirected promotions.
The bloated coalition's first task was to set up a special tribunal to charge those responsible for the election violence.
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